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In a jump spike, a volleyball player slams the ball from overhead and toward the opposite floor. controlling the angle of the spike is difficult. suppose a ball is spiked from a height of 2.10 m with an initial speed of 17.0 m/s at a downward angle of 15.0°. how much farther on the opposite floor would it have landed if the downward angle were, instead, 7.0°?

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